Justice Watch: Suit Claims D.R. Horton Left Miami Gardens HOA In A Mess | Daily Business Review: "D.R. Horton Inc. markets itself as "America's homebuilder."
On its website, the Fort Worth, Texas-based company advertises it will make residents' dreams come true.
At Majorca Isles in Miami Gardens, that dream has taken on the qualities of a nightmare with broken front gates and random garbage piles left by outsiders. There's also a padlocked, half-finished park choked with weeds and a malfunctioning heated pool, which usually is under repair and sometimes green. Not to mention the gym, where equipment has not been maintained properly.
In a Jan. 29 lawsuit filed in Bankruptcy Court, the court-appointed trustee for the master homeowner association alleges D.R. Horton left the HOA in financial shambles, essentially abandoning the project when the housing market collapsed.
The trustee, forensic accountant Barry Mukamal, a partner at Marcum in Miami, is a seasoned bankruptcy veteran. He said he's never seen a builder undercut an HOA and community like D.R. Horton did at Majorca Isles."
Really? Come on up here and look at what Neumann Homes did to Clublands in Antioch, IL